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High Street Road – Fonteyn Drive

Tuesday 29 October 2019 After surveying residents who live near the intersection of High Street Road and Fonteyn Drive in Wantirna South, they have made it very clear to me that they want to see action in respect of improvements at this intersection. Residents believe that it is...
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V/Line strikes on the horizon while Transport Minister is “asleep at the wheel”

Wednesday 23 October 2019 More wheels are falling off Victoria’s transport system, with V/Line commuters set to be hit by industrial action. This comes after rolling strikes have hit Melbourne’s tram network, and the lingering threat of a Melbourne-wide train strike later this...
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More Labor hypocrisy on wage theft

Monday 14 October 2019 Reports today about the underpayment of wages to National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) staff again demonstrates that the Andrews Labor Government can’t be trusted to protect working Victorians. Labor’s Creative Industries Minister Martin Foley needs to come...
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Transport Minister “asleep at the wheel” while Melbourne’s trams grind to a halt

Thursday 26 September 2019 Industrial action shutting down Melbourne’s trams today was unnecessary and preventable. This is the second shut down of the tram network in as many months, and there is no end in sight to these strikes disrupting passengers. Even union leader Luba...
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Here we go again, more tram strikes under Daniel Andrews

Tuesday 17 September 2019 Thousands of passengers will once again be caught short by tram strikes in the coming weeks, showing that there is no end in sight to the industrial dispute with tram drivers. Melbourne’s trams are set to grind to a halt between 10am and 2pm on...
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Waste and recycling strategy for Knox

Wednesday 11 September 2019 My adjournment matter is for the Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change, and the action I seek is for the minister to ensure that there is a viable and long-term sustainable waste and recycling strategy for the Knox community. I have...
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Liberal Nationals move to lift the lid on illegal stockpiles of hazardous waste

Wednesday 11 September 2019 The public have a right to know where illegal stockpiles of dangerous chemicals exist, and what the Andrews Labor Government is doing about it. The Liberal Nationals will today move to amend the Dangerous Goods Act 1985 to require regular reporting on...
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Today’s tram strike should have been prevented by Daniel Andrews

Friday 30 August 2019 Thousands of passengers have been caught short by tram strikes this week, including the network-wide stoppage between 10.00am and 2.00pm today. Daniel Andrews should have acted to stop these tram strikes, but instead he has sat on his hands. Victorians...
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Helping families in need with leftover nappies

29 August 2019 This September, I’m proudly supporting The Nappy Collective with its campaign to collect leftover, unused, disposable nappies for families in crisis. Many parents know the feeling of going to change their baby, only to discover they’ve had a growth spurt overnight....
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Tram passengers pay the price for Labor’s industrial relations failure

Monday 26 August 2019 Commuters and tourists are being left in the cold today with industrial action now affecting Melbourne’s tram services. Services are being disrupted from the first to last tram today, with further disruptions expected later this week, including a...
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